Cool Infographics and Data Visualizations

U.S. Health Care vs. The World [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Monday, August 26, 2013 | Posted in ,

How health care in the United States compares to the rest of the world using data from the World Health Organization's 2013 World Health Statistics report.

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US Health Care vs The World
Via: publichealthonline.

Master Cheat Sheet for USPS Shipping [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Friday, August 23, 2013 | Posted in , ,

Whether you're a beginning eCommerce retailer or a more experienced shipper, knowing the ins and outs of the USPS can help you to secure the best possible shipping rates for your business.  

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Master Cheat Sheet for USPS Shipping
via Endicia


 

The True Cost Of A Work Related Injury [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 | Posted in


Do you know what a work related injury costs? Do you really? Most people don't understand that when someone is injured at work there are many unnoticed costs: the employee loses wages, the employer loses productivity, rates for workers' compensation insurance are increased.... See the pattern? This infographic is a visual representation of why it is so important to prevent work related injuries - the costs are very high. The prevention of workplace accidents and injuries should be a main focus of employees and employers alike.

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The True Cost Of Work Related Injuries - An infographic by the team at SafetyVideos.com


Dollars and Sense [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 | Posted in , , , , ,

Nearly half of adults in America report their financial situation is their biggest concern, yet only about a third of people have a long-term plan for savings and investment goals. High school students in the U.S. are less able than ever to properly handle money matters, even though the average employee is working longer hours for more pay. Two-thirds of do not prepare either a written or digital household budget. Only 30% of Americans keep a long-term savings plan. Factors that influence financial planning are education, political affiliation, and overall household income. When it comes to preparing a budget, 26% of persons with an educational level of high school or less write out their spending, whereas 38% of college graduates are keeping track. Persons who identify politically as “Conservative” keep a budget in 35% of polled results; “Moderate” persons are at 33%, and 26% of “Liberal” supporters write a budget. In regards to household income, it is the earners in the middle whom are least likely to keep tabs on where their money is spent. Financial stress affects everyday life by disrupting sleep schedules, increasing irritability, and making persons more susceptible to sickness. However, the overall percentage of income spent has decreased from 57% in 2009 to 32% in 2013, and the number of adults who pay their bills late has dropped from 33% in 2012 to 26% in 2013. A majority of teens say they want to learn how to manage their money, although only three states require at least one high school course devoted to understanding personal finance.

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Dollars and Sense: How Wise Are We With Money?
Image source: www.online-accounting-degrees.net


50 Insane Facts about Canada [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Friday, August 16, 2013 | Posted in ,

From secret underground labs to UFO landing pads, Canada can be a weird, wild and wonderful place. It has amazing scenery and has the world's largest population of polar bears. Our infographic has more crazy facts about this wacky country.

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Via cheapflights.ca

Motorbikes in Movies [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Tuesday, August 13, 2013 | Posted in , ,

Movies and motorcycles go together like PB&J – but not every use of the wonderful two-wheeled drive has been beneficial. In fact, some movies seem hell bent on besmirching the cool factor of the motorcycle and we’re just not going to stand for it. The jury has passed their verdict on the very best and worst motorcycle movies the world has to offer. Question is, do you agree with our sentencing?

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Via bikesure


10 Ways to Find True Love With Customers [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Thursday, August 08, 2013 | Posted in , ,

There are many differences between business relationships and personal ones, but there are surprisingly a lot of similarities when it comes to being successful in either. Whether you’re looking for a long term relationship with a loved one (or potential loved one), or having a successful business; being able to nurture a relationship in just the right way is key to achieving that goal. Here are 10 rock solid tips to live by if you’re looking for true love in your personal life, or building a strong business relationship with your customers.

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Via Desk.com


Death In Transit [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Monday, August 05, 2013 | Posted in ,

The “unsinkable” Titanic was carrying more than 2,200 souls when she struck an iceberg in 1912, resulting in a loss of about 1,500 people. A hundred years later and transportation has grown so much that ships can carry 6,000 people, bullet trains carry thousands, and the world’s biggest passenger plane can now accommodate more than 800. Add in the now massive venues for cultural events, and the tendency of large crowds of people sometimes stampeding and the potential for accidents is huge. From sinkings, to crashes, to derailments, to stampedes, the National Post has charted the last 100 years of major accidents and incidents (excluding wartime battles). In order to make the timeline, a minimum of 100 people had to die — therefore no automobile accidents.

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Via National Post.

Office Tech: Then and Now [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Thursday, August 01, 2013 | Posted in ,

The AMC television show Mad Men does a great job glorifying the advertising industry of the 1960s but it’s interesting to think how that office would look in today’s world. Aside from the dress and cultural changes, much of the office technology employed in the times of Don Draper-esque office life has advanced and grown through time. Many of the processes of that era were laborious and slow while today’s technologies focus on efficiency and speed.

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